Feb 24, 2010 4:20 PM
Q: Lately, we’ve been having some problems in both the shower and sink in our bathroom. The water is draining much slower than usual. What should we do?
A: The bathroom is one of the most common places for clogs to occur. Hair, dirt, soap and grime are constantly running down the drain (yep, we know, it’s pretty gross). This gunk can easily get stuck inside your drainpipe so that water can’t flow freely.
If water backs up quickly each time the drain is used, the problem is most likely close to the drain opening. First, remove the . . .